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City of North Bend urges residents to use extreme caution in the aftermath of this winter storm event.
Road Condition Update for Thursday Evening:
1. Nearly 100% of North Bend public streets have moderately passable access for an emergency vehicle.
2. Many Priority 1 Routes, especially downtown streets like State Route 202 and North Bend Way, are blacktop and are fully passable now.
3. Eight to nine snowplows and four to five loaders (City of North Bend, City of Issaquah, WSDOT, National Guard, Fury Site Works and 4 other private companies) have been working round-the-clock creating life safety corridors and removing massive amounts of snow. There could be up to 10 snowplows working all night tonight inside City Limits.
4. Temperatures warmed up on Thursday, which substantially helped snowplow efforts. This will continue into Friday per the weather forecast.
5. The City is departing from the “Life Safety” Phase and entering “Snow Removal” Phase. Beginning Friday, huge snow berms will be loaded and placed at 5-10 locations (in parks and open space areas) around town. There were millions and millions of tons of snow. Fortunately, some of it is melting. The loaders will be doing the heavy lifting on Friday and hopefully Mother Nature will be on our side this time, melting that snow.
6. The City is not receiving news about flooding in town, so hopefully any flooding will be limited to a “nuisance only condition” in roads and yards.
Snow Plow Route Map
For immediate medical assistance, call 9-1-1 and the Fire Department will respond. Our local police and fire departments are operational and have increased staff to assist.
For King County non-life threatening emergency number: residents can call 206-296-3830 for transportation for medical appointments, fuel, food, shelter or help with evacuating the area.